Staging Story: Five Fundamentals for the Beginning Stage Director (Paperback)
"With a no-nonsense and blessedly candid approach, Bob Moss and Wendy Dann have written not only an indispensable practicum for the young director, but also a delightful refresher course for the working director. The authors encourage and challenge us to engage our theatrical imaginations for a lifetime of storytelling on a multitude of stages." --Michael Mayer, Tony Award-Winning DirectorBy focusing on five fundamentals for staging a play--Story, Intention, Character, Space, and Theme--veteran theater directors Robert Moss and Wendy Dann help stage directors learn how to build their own practice and begin to master the daunting task of staging a story.
RobertMoss is anAmerican director and the founder of Playwrights Horizons in New York City. Hehelped develop Theatre Row on West 42nd Street and has been the artisticdirector at both the Hangar Theatre and Syracuse Stage. WendyDann served asassociate artistic director at the Hangar Theatre for seven seasons, and herregional directing work includes Dallas Theater Center, Alliance Theatre, GevaTheatre, and Syracuse Stage.